Today in Ways to Kick a Person Who's Already Down, there's some unfortunate news for daters who are also struggling in terms of their careers.According to a poll on dating and finances, the thing that would make the most people uncomfortable about a romantic prospect is unemployment.In sweats, no makeup and with my hair piled in a bun, I would go out and ring their bell around 11 p.m. I had no income, and rent was almost ,000 a month.
I've been there myself, and I know that plenty of smart, hardworking people go through it.
Hook up.”I offered a hushed protest, insisting he was too young.
But apparently the neighborly tension had been building, because he and I started kissing right after she left.
One of them would appear, flush with alcohol and annoyance, and promise to turn it down. When they didn’t, I would call the doorman, the management company and, once, the police. One afternoon in the elevator, I saw one of the guys from next door in jeans and a T-shirt, his dark hair slightly receding.“Are you always around in the middle of the day? “I thought you were, like, 26.”Was he sweet-talking me?
” he asked.“For the last few months I have been,” I said. “It’s my last year of law school.”“Never leave a job without another,” I told him. I looked the same age as my friends, but maybe the dormlike context had fooled him.